New contract signings that health information technology vendors announced during the week of October 12 to 16 include:
* Mayo Clinic will use the data analytics platform of Viewics Inc. across the Department of Laboratory Medicine and Pathology, including the reference laboratory Mayo Medical Laboratories. Mayo will analyze clinical, financial and operational areas with a goal to support strategic decisions and standardize day-to-day lab functions.
* Geisinger Health System is going with Cerner’s HealtheIntent population health management software, and will work with the vendor and xG Health Solutions to develop applications using the emerging FHIR interoperability standard of Health Level Seven to manage populations and improve outcomes.
* UNC Health Care System in North Carolina has selected a suite of software from Lexmark, including a vendor neutral archive, enterprise viewer, and PACS Scan Mobile, which enables capturing images and video from mobile devices. The software will integrate with the core electronic health record system.
* University Hospital of South Manchester in England has bought the Allscripts Sunrise electronic health record system. The organization views the EHR as a step toward becoming a top 10 National Health Service hospital.
* Nine-hospital Steward Health Care System in Massachusetts will implement Meditech’s 6.1 electronic health record system, updating its current EHR since becoming a client in 2010.
* Baystate Health in Springfield, Mass., has bought the Provider Match software of Kyruus to standardize the referral process across the enterprise. More than 150 scheduling and referral specialists will use the product.
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